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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 27, 2005

    Not again

    it is sad, that we as New Yorkers are praising a clerk for more then what he is entitled to. It was tragic that this man was not good at saving lives rather bullishly throwing his weight around. We know it from history. To the public I ask one simple question--what did he save and that he be called a knight?????? Lives could have been saved, if not all but few, if there was a prompt action by the mayor during the tragic attack on world trade centers. Helicopters could have been despatched with chains hanging, so that people on the roof tops could have been safely removed. No leadership was shown during that crisis. Anyone would have cleared the debris, moved remains to the morgue etc. but to save lives in that crisis was test of leadership. He failed in that. My respect goes to our brave firefighters who gave up their lives to go in and made an attempt. My heroes are those fire-fighters who tried saving lives and not someone who could not cope up with the fire and failed to have proper rescue method in place. Please do not slap the posterity with a paper tiger. it is time, that we americans face the truth and call a spade a spade. Thank you. Eda

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